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  • Brock’s Faculty of Education to host distinguished speaker

    The Faculty of Education at Brock will welcome Sechaba MG Mahlomaholo, a professor of education from South Africa's University of the Free State, to campus this Thursday to headline the latest instalment of their Distinguished Speaker Series. His discussion, "Creating ... Full story
  • Faculty of Education Distinguished Speaker Series returns

    The Faculty of Education at Brock is pleased to announce that Canadian poet and playwright George Elliott Clarke and Jamaican poet and scholar Pamela Mordecai will be headlining the latest installment of the Faculty's Distinguished Speaker Series. Their discussion, "Audible ... Full story
  • Union local donates $75,000 to Faculty of Education

    Brock's technological education program got a boost Tuesday, thanks to a donation from the United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of Plumbing and Pipe Fitting Industry of the United States and Canada. At an event hosted at Brock's Hamilton campus, ... Full story
  • Epson donates 20 projectors to Faculty of Education

    An international maker of printers and scanners has donated 20 LCD projectors for Faculty of Education students. Epson Canada Ltd. donated 10 projectors for the St. Catharines campus and 10 for Hamilton to be used by teacher candidates during practicum placements. The donation ... Full story
  • Update on search for Dean, Faculty of Education

    The advisory committee is pleased to announce the names of the four short-listed candidates for the position of Dean, Faculty of Education. Sal Badali, associate dean, Faculty of Education, University of Regina; Fiona Blaikie, Interim Director of Undergraduate Studies in ... Full story
  • Retirement party planned for John Novak

    John Novak is retiring from Brock University after a 40-year academic career in the Faculty of Education. A retirement celebration will be held Oct. 15 at Cat's Caboose in St. Catharines between 5-7 p.m. Novak began his academic career at ... Full story
  • Friends, colleagues mourn the loss of Ken Kernaghan

    The Brock community is deeply saddened by the passing of Ken Kernaghan, the distinguished Emeritus Professor who died Sept. 14 at the age of 74. A popular figure among peers as well as students, Kernaghan taught political science at Brock for 39 years ... Full story
  • Plenty planned for O-Week

    About 18,000 students will be coming to Brock University next week and there's no shortage of events planned to welcome them. Whether you're into dancing, parties, poker or games, there's something for everyone during this year's Orientation Week. The theme of ... Full story
  • Education professor wins book award

    Five-year-old Fern makes a huge mess every day when she eats her lunch. Food flies all over the place as she slowly consumes her meal; Fern is still eating when the other children in her kindergarten class have long been ... Full story
  • Spirit of Brock winner defies expectations

    William Morgan has a thing about expectations. He thrives on going beyond them. If he didn't, chances are he wouldn't have represented Canada in Judo in three Paralympics or five world championships. It's also possible that Morgan wouldn't have stood ... Full story